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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 July 1889

Clinch Valley News. Friday, . . T .iulv r>, ?jSo. 1 ".ri 1 . i.1.'^. LOCAL AjYD GEJVERAL jYE WS BRIEFS. County Court is tstill in session Willi ii heavy criminal docket. Mail enmti through yesterday for the first time since the wreck. Mrs. .1. P. Kelly and Miss Katie lelt yesterday on a visit to Estill Yille. Judge Paul was in town Tuesday when Marshal elect Watts executed bond. Thu 4th of July picnic at. St. Glair yesterday got rained on, but was not drowned out. ? The death of Simon Cameron re moves one of the lathers of the Re puhliuuu party and one of the most unscrupulous politioiuus Peiinsyl vania ever hail. See change in Mr. E.V. Spotts' advertisement in which, among other things, aiiiiounceineiit is made of the opening of his restaurant, which is to bo conducted in first class style. Mr. H. G. Me.Call, the new post,, master, has employed Mr. James MuClllItl as his assistant and thu (iftieu will bo moved to the hitter's residence next door below A. P. Brown & Son. The ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 July 1889

AT SUNHISE. Dark-mantled Night, tho star-eyed nml the > dumb, I Flees when she hears the Suu-god's chariot wheels; When other throat, from out lit-. I land, doth como A javelin of light, she dying reels, And her heart's lifo blood, ius it ebbs away. Dyes crimson tho whitegarmentsoftho Day. i , ?darcnee Lathi Davis, in Lfpplnvolt. i A LUOKY SLIP. BY THOMAS A. JANVIKlt. A bar had formed off Warble's Wharf, so that a whaler could not lie at it, nor anywhere near it; hut this was not a matter of any especial consequence, for j more than thirty years had passed since a j whaler and thai wharf lutd had anything i to do with each other. It was a wharf in ruins; nml almosl as ' badly dilapidated was the oil-house that stooil on the end of it, with great doors which opened out over the water so that n gangway could he rigged directly across n ships rail and into the big room where I the barrels of whale-oil were stored. Hut these doors were never opened now, nor was the little sliding doo...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 July 1889

the thirty-second day of the thirteenth month. On the thirty-Second day of the thirteenth month of the eighth day of the week, Ou the twenty-fifth hour of the si.ity-first minute, we'll Und all things that wo seek. Tbeyaro there in the limbo of lxrilipop laud? a cloud island resting iu air, Ou the Nowhere side of the Mountain of Mitt iu the Valley of Overthere. On the Nowhere sid-.- of the Mountain of Mist in the Valley of Overthere. Ou a solid vapor foundation of cloud aro pal ' aces gr and and fuir, Aud there is were our dre:uns will come true, and the sends of our hope w ill grow On the thitherward side of the Hills of Hope, hi the Hamlet of HOCUS P6. On tho thitherward side of the Hills of Hope, in the Hamlet of Hocus Po, We shall sec-all the things that wa want to see, and know all wo care to know; For there the old men will never lament, the babies they never will squeak, In the Cross Head Corners of Choosville, in the County of Hideangoseek. Iu the Cross Hood Corners of Cluio...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 5 July 1889

Italy 1ms relatively the heaviest deb* in tho world. There is a largely Increased emigra? tion from northern Europe 1? "'da coun? try. _ Tho Vandoibilt sy?i<** ot rnilroads has stopped running freight trains on Sunday._. Minnesota ins now a law under which people may he punished for being ilruu': "la sccet TAo success of the French Universal jrxposition has led some of the Paris papers to speak of reopening it next year. _ The Atlanta Constitution issue? tint warning: ''Ice water is a deceitful drink. We advise all good people L> let it alone." This summer will see the manoeuvring of the war Heels and armies of Europe on a scale that has never beet; equalled in thno of peace. The poor-quality of the horses supplied to the United States cavalry, aad the difficulty of obtaining bettor ones, arc standing grievances with the officers of that branch of the service. The police of Berlin are taking meas? ures to prevent the spread of ccrebro spinnl meningitis, which has become quite ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Every Friday. Established in the Year I34G TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single Copy,.5 Cents By Mail postage paid, one year... SL5? By Mail, postage paid. 0 months... .75 Entered at the Post OiHco at Tazowoll C. 11., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. TT C. ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. 11. Va. Will praetic.o in tho Courts of Tazo woll county and tho Court of Appeals at Wytbevillo. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for sale mid hind titles examined. f. s. blair, john o. watts. Late Atto. Geu. Lato U. S. Murshall. T^LAIR & WATTS, ATTO R NE YS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. II., Va. Will practico their profession in all the Courts of Tazewell County. Capt. Blair will attend all tho Courts?both countv aud Circuit. s. U. fulton, 6- m. b. c0um.rNQ, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythevillo, Ya. Tazowoll C.H.Va. "pULTON & COULL1NQ, ATTOllNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell O. H., Va. Will practico iu tho Circuit Courts of razowcll county. S. M. 11. Coulliug will co...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

New York and Oregon have wheeled into line ns Arbor Day Statin. Tho militia of tee United States is re? ported to be ia ? nourishing condition. The nations of Europe are taxing the pcojile into poverty to build war vi BSels Mid pay armies ami navies. Brazil is a country where American fugitives would bo as secure from arrest ?3 they have hitherto been in Canada. Never, in the history of the United States, lias there been such 11 scramble for farms as was witnessed at Oklahoma. The ISoston llcraM humorously remark-. Jiat tho defeat of Prohibition in Con ICCticut looks like a cose of Pro. uud 3onn. It is estimated that Americans will tpend $40,000,000 in Kuropc Ibis season, j >f which probably $3,000,000 will gofor j ijis. Boulanger is in danger of being forced j to come to the United Status. The j Kn;;lhh Government lots warned him not. j ?o bo perniciously active in London or he j nay be i xpelled. Populnl ion is so scattered in New South | IV ales that in one ?WO in II recent de...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

UNHIKUIIRED. far westward is a snow-bound train; Bastward, n soul is saying;: '-Though I navo looked so long i?> ?al:i Tins is not love's delaying: Fe* I have such a certain sense Of answer; it is prescleu.ee." The letter, from Its barriers fret\ Hastes to tho love that waited, tu?! its Orel words: "So close aro we, That, if by mow belated. This uiessaga you aro sure to feel The day iK-fore you break tie- seal." O ye. that ueve ? dwell apart. Though half a globe may sever. Thus will it h'. ?Ii s: heart to heart Can show no sign forever! Though iteatt-snov. .!???.?. Use tlimclay. Vet soul to weal, iihhnr?-?d, will By. ?Ci.mloUe f". liutrr, in the fViita?.'/. HIGHLAND NORA. A rosy-checked lass, with great gray J >ycs and while dimpled arms, was gayh ] tinging, ns she wielded the chum dasher: II.v what lllglitaud Korasaid; "The Eariio's sou I will not wed." "Do you mean that, Nora A young man tint;-', his head and diouldcrs in at an open window*, res-ting us elbows on the low, ol...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

Clinch Vaflby Now.-;. FRIDAY, ? - - JULY 12, iss;? THEDBIIOCRATI? PAUTY AM) THE G OVEKNAIENT. A), llio lib of July contonninl colo bruliou of Tammany Hull, Senator Eustis. <'f Louisiana, said: ?'Fei.ix)W Oithcexs : When we ??<?!(! brate the centennial of Ilm oslublish mout of our Government, ami Df your Bocioly, wo mity fay tIml wo cclcbrato tho centennial <>f llio Dom oorntio party. Our Government lias no history apart froiu llio history ol the Democratic party. Their rela? tions have been so closely hllOnvOVOIl that liny bttvo n common fnino und a common tlcsliny. Other parlies Lave sprung iuto being and have disappeared. Other parties have Bought to establish a pormuiie.nl foothokl in Ilm aflbclioiiK nnd conti deuoe of tho people, bill llio Domo cralac .party alone can boasl lllttl ils cmiktinli was coovitl almost wilh llio foundiilion ol Ilm Government, ami that today, nflor an exisloneo of nearly ono hundred years, its sup porters constitute u large majority o!' tt....

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, - - ? JULY VI, 1880. LOCI L AJ\ D G t?. V ERA L jYEU S Uli7 ?fs. Mr. J. K. GiUboltoy waa up (rotti l'ociilioiitas during the weck. The JctTensoiiville District Con? ference is in session at tliis |t1nce. A new postofllce is to lie estab? lished a! tlie depots with Mrs. 1\ lv. Hull as postmaster. Mesdiitues Idoore. Smith and Blankenship have returned to their homes in Aluhitmn. Capt. Samuel Leeee does not Im prove and his condition hj such as to alarm his family. Rev. .). S Lyons, of Kentucky, with his wife and sister in law, is visiting his mother's futility. Rev. Mr Pity lie is present at the conference representing the Holsten Methodist, for whielt he ought to get a long list of subscribers. President R. W. Jones, of fchuory and Henry College, is in town ami will take pleasure in meeting with rtny who contemplate a session at the college. A Georgia fanner says ho pre? vents bis cows from jumping a fence by cutting off their loworeye lashes. This makes t...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

THE DETTER CHANGE. Tho rci.nl that hath uo turning Makes travelers sick with yearning! To hearts where sorrows enter Come joys tlint sweetest siugj A world without a winter Can never know a spring;. Man's hope no fear can fetter Where best Duty yet grow lwtter; Faith builds no walls of granite Whcro time is but begun. And life, n changing planet. Runs round a changeless sun. Oh bliss of expectation! Oh sweeter revelation Beyond these fading pleasures, Beyond these falling tears. Where love's new-given treasures Grow never old with years: Above all harm and hating. Through pain of ward and watting, Comes holy comfort's wooing. In words of licav only breath, "This grief is not undoing, This dying is not death." Faith's martyrs, love's onnointed, Hope's toilers disappointed, Shorn lambs lo shelter simulier From earth'.', oppression passed? All, with God'sstar-crowned number j Shall lind their meed at last. To hold that future Drnicr Is wi^e lo do, nor murmur Because its nutntneo only t...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

THE PECCARY? A FIEUCK I.ITTIjK ANIMAL ABSO iiUTKiiY without rn.\u. 'flic Biggest Grizzlies ?ml Other Wilil Animals Give Him a Wide Berth ?An Instance of Their Vindictive l-'ury. A New Yorker, who has traveled much i in tlii-far West, says In the Sun: "A peccary is a solid chunk of his kind if he weighs 2UU pounds. Hut let cither grizzly or silver-tip. swaggering along in offen? sive lelf-cousciousucsg of his superiority, come in sight of one of these little chaps Irnsing around after his dinner among the fallen mast. Instantly the swagger is gone. The bear suddenly acts as if he wishes he wasn't so big. lie tries to draw himself Into as contracted a space j as possible, ami puts all the speed he can | into his enormous legs as he turns his tail upon the grunting peccary and seeks a; ?lewdomain to <!o his swaggering iu. "As a rule the peccary isn't looking for ) ? light. Ue doesn't prey on other ?uininls, and a dozen men may ride past 1 u feeding drove of them without their paying...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 12 July 1889

In Franco, tho otjcoy, to a inon, la lot General liciilaugcr. American clubdom grows year by yeai more especially in New Yotk. Not less than $5,000,000 arc invested in special palace cars by the railroad companies of this country. An opideinic of suicide is agaiu on. At every side, in all daises, for all rea? sons, the suicidal blow is falling. The last Rhode Island Legislature had BigtV-scvcu Keptlblican majority on joint ballot; the present one has cloven. There > ouly one physician to every GH00 of the population in Russia, and vot the destitution among the members of the pr ft --ion is alarming. At Ilarvatd College $230 has been j subscribed it r a cup to be fjiven to tho j man who, within the next tea yeats, ; ?hall have kicked the highest. Tho Mikado of Japan really has no in re power I ban the average monarch j af Europe, and his duties and privileges ti" very similar to those of tho queen of j r,r..!t Britain. _ I -?_- . A new parachutist, W. S. Young, j aoj-.es to outstr...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

Clinch Valley News, Published Eveiiy Fmday. Established in the Year 1846 TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Single- Copy,.?..5 Conts By Mail postage paid, one year... 81.5(1 By Mail, postage paid. C months... .75 Entered at tho PoBt Oflieo at Tazowoll \C. H., as second class matter. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. h.0 ALDERSON, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Tazewell c. n. Va. Will practice in tho Courts of Tazo well county and tho Court of Appeals at Wythevillo. Collecting a specialty. Lauds for sale aud land titles examined. b s. blair, john o. watts. Lato Atto. Gen. Lato U. S. Marshall. LAIR & WATTS, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell C. H., Va. Will practice their profession in all the Courts of Tazewell Cnunty. Capt. Blair will attend all the Courts?both countv and Circuit. ?. u. f?i.ton, b. M. d. COULLIKO, Lato Circuit Judge, County Judge, Wythevillo. Yn. Tazewell O.U.Va. JPULTON & COULLINQ, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Tazewell 0. H., Ya. Will practice in tho Circuit Courts of Pozewell county, S. 51. B. Coulliug will contin...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

Emigration to America is heavier now Hum for years. It is said that diphtheria is the dead? liest enemy of the human race. Missouri has just granted school suf tragc to women, bchigthc sixteenth State to do so. _ Secretary Blaino has assured the Span-' tsh Government that this country has no lesirc to purchase Cuba. Immigration is turning from tho West to the South, and fortunes are being made in the South rapidly out of min? erals. _ Cre.it Britain, according to Professor rhorold Bogen, has$12,000,000,000 in jested in other countries with an average return of i\ (>er cent. The Chicago Nino* announces that the eleventh census, under the mantigement of Mr. I\. P. Porter, will pay considera? ble attention to statistics on divorce. It is proposed to make up the (en j million dollar deficit in the British budget by levying a tax of one-fourteenth of a penny upon every gallon of beer con? sumed in the kingdom. The whipping of criminals is again proposed in the English Parliament. Fift...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

THE GREATER WORLD. | When yon forget tho beauty of tho sceno Where you draw breath and sloop. Lcrtve city walls for gtetum of si:y thai lean i To hills where forests cr p. The heights, the Oelris. the wfcte-wingsd air Slake the embracing Jay; Not city streets. Thut little life of coro Stads our great joys away. Live with the spaces, wake with bin! and cloud. Spread sentient with the elm; Our liotr.o is nature, even lo the proud J Arcs i f the suns.-t's realm. Then say the sceno God mode Is glorious! Breathe deep and smile again. The gi . ?? and noble dusks victorious, Dls: . r* ? regrets and pain. ?/.?ose //. Lathrop, (a Scribncr. BURIED IN A MINE, : Was I ever down in a coalmine? Yes, :nce. I will tell you the story. 1 had some friends living in the coal nining region of Pennsylvania, and I was nclUced :<> pay them a visit. While there ? was asked to descend into one of most ! 'umous mines and see how the hard, 1 Mack fuel which affords ns such grateful tensatiohs on a cold w...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY, ? ? ? JULY lit, 1889. THE Ii. A. N'h ??NNBCTI?N WITH THE N. .t w. Tho Louisville and Nashville rail, road litis? at last begun its promised j connection with Ihn Clinch Valley | Division of the Norfolk and Western. It is about ono hundred miles, from Cumberland Gup, the present lor tninu8 of the L. & X.. lo Morion, the proposod terminus of tho N. & \\. Tlio Courier Journal of the 12th Bnys: "Mr. K. O'llrien, Chief Engin j cor of the Louisville and Nashville | railroad, is iu Iho city on business connected with tlio awarding of con? tracts for tlio construction of twenty throo miles of road from Cumberland Gap eastward into Virginia. Thoro were twenty bidders on different portions of tlio work, among them tiio firm of Mason, Hague & Eourd. The bids were opened, but. no awards ' were made. Mr U'Briou says they wore remarkably close, and Hint a great deal of care will bo necessary in determining who shall have tho! contracts, llo expects to concl...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

Clinch Valley News. FRIDAY4. -?-~ - JULY ld] 18??l. LlT?dL AOVZ) GEA' URAL A EWS BRIEFS. AVytti?villu is to have electric lights. Mrs. Miller and daughters uro visiting Mrs. >J H. Stuart. Mr. and Mr*. A. D: \V. Walton linvu returned froih tlib wedding tour. Tltli friends ol Judgo Wood, of ?Scott, insist that ho should bo nom? inated lor Governor. Rev. Mr. Leslie, of the Baptist church, will preach in the Christian ehIIrob at 11 a. in. Sunday. Hon. Dave Bailey has been ui> >pointed assistant district attorney in place of Heciinans, declined. Mr. .las. R. Witten has been ap? pointed clerk in the U.S. Marshall's oMce, and Mr. Jno. Daily deputy Marshall. Mi?, lt. B. Gillespie, principal of the Tazcwell Female Seininiiry, has returned from a protracted visit to friends in Montgomery county. Tho News regrets its inability to publish tho proceedings of the lalo district conference. The spe? cial reporter who had engaged to do the .service tailed utterly in bis uudei taking. It. is...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

IN THE DARK, 1 O, In the depths of midnight, What fancies haunt the brain. | ?When even the sigh of the sleeper Wounds like a sob of pain. i A sense of nwo and of wonder I may never well dottne, For the thoughts tlint come in tbe shadows Never come in the shine. \ The old clock down In the parlor, Like a sleepless mourner grieves. And the seconds drip in silence As the rain drips from the enves. And I think of the hands that signal The hours there in the gloom, And wonder wliat angel watchers Wait in the darkened room. Ami 1 think of the smiling face* Thnt used t/i watch and wait, Till the click of the clock was answered | By the click of the opening gate. They are nol there now in the evening? Morning or noon?not there; Yet I know that they keep their vigil Anil wait for me somewhere. ?,/<tmc* Whitcomb Uitcy, BRIMSTONE. Th? scone is the old wagon trail be- j rwecu Kansas City nail Denver, near the lividing li'"- between Kansas and Colo- | ?ado; the time, the summer ol I SOU, whe...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

wakin' the young uns. The old man from the foot of thi< stairs? Bve a. m.) See-all! Reo-uUl 0, Boe-ull! my gracious, Air you ^| in slcenin'? Th' hour hand's creep in1 Ncarder Bve. Wal', bhune-J ol this "ere ain't vejMttiottsn Don't yo hy.tr them cattlo ealliu1! An'th' si steer a-bawlln't Come, look alival ? -it up! Hit apt Ma r un n! Mar'nun! (Jist hyar her saorhVr) Mar'aunl it's beboovin' Thet you be u-movtnl Brisk, I say I Ujrar the kitchen stove n-roarin'f Tlie kittlo'sa spUllu1 Ter get hisse'f billin' It's cumin' (lay, (lit up! (;it up I Ic.lelU. Jute! Now whnt isaitiu'l YoU want ter rest ! WaT I'll bo blest! s'ikis" them cows LI give down milk 'Itbout you pailln'l You inns' lie goin1 crazy; Er, more like, gtttfat' bury. Come, now, rouse, Git up I (tit up! lake, you buy varmint! Jake! Hey, Jnko What you levin' thcer furl Von know the stock's ter keerfnr; So. hop out! Thu boy btwus-ser'n a rock ter wake!) Don't stop to shiver, Hut, jist nntcivcr, An' pop out! Git up! (!it up! ...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Clinch Valley news. — 19 July 1889

The exodus from Canada into tho United States has novcr been so groat as during tho present yenr. From 120,000, which was the social? ist voting strongth in Germany in 1871, thoy have risen to 700,000 in 1887. A recent report makes it appear that tho number of hogs packed at Chicago for tho Winter season of lS8S-'89 was the smallest siacc 1871-'72. Kansas farms are mortgaged for $285,000,000, which at eight per cent, makes on annual interest of nearly $23, 000,000. This is moro than the valuo of the Kansas wheat crop. The army of the United States foots tip a grand totid of 28,795 beings, olli cors aad mon, costing the Government yearly $23,000,000. The cost of tbe actual rank and tile represents a sum of $1,6*13,900. Tho officers, who form about 7J per cent, of the army, receive over 50 per cent, of the pny. Tho Emperor of Germany will make the voyage to England on board Ihn im? perial yacht Hohcnzollorn, which also look him to Russia on his recent visit to the e/jir. A new figure-...

Publication Title: Clinch Valley News
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